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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 10, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta DNESDAy, OCTOBER 10, 1917 TIIK DAILY HlWaAl PAGE 'BRINGING UP FATHER' By G. McManus I HATE TO iO LATE WINNERS OF CHOOL SPORTS Now- Yort, Oct. Wlillc Sox-nnd York club lliat II no moro rain thoroughly rested attcr Lhclr tell Ihe uiamoncl would be In good con two days of Idleness, will return lo dlLlon. f the Tray today 1[ the weather jiermlls, Belting on Ihc result 'of Iho series and for supremacy in the tblrd -lias not undergone any tSange, Two game of the scries for Uio baseball to one and three to one that the Am championship ot tie world. Ycsler- crlcau League pennant wlnncra would Jay's dowupour of rain was a fireat lako the series were the prevailing WERE MANY CONTESTS to players and fans p-ld.i alike, hut Jl has forgollen In the i not many takers. There ap- to be more wagering on lite re- cagcrness of the ball teams to resume EUH ol today's Eamo tlian on the out- the contest and Ihc rooters lo get a come ol the series, being look at the contenders for the title, "offered IT ooth sides. Now Yorkers The two days' lay-ort has nddcd zest covered the money offered by eniiiu- lo the.scries and n tussle worthy of elastic Chicago rooters that the .Sox championship, teams is looked [or to-: would lake four straight day. Chlcaco Is eager to win In lour i Manager liowlarid of the Chicago straight and Now Vork must lokc Iho Bav6 (hat his (cam Is still up to third name to Increase the team's concert "pitch and that today's game chances of finally winning out- Enrly reports [rom the grmmdkeep assured thn management of llic Joe Jackson is 'em Out demonstrate that fact, lie says he'feels conflclenl "lhal his men Trill win In four straight and duplicate tho feat of Iho Doslon. Braves against the Philadelphia Athletics In. 19H. He de- clares that his team Is Uie test thai has ever represented the American league in a World's 'series--'. Manager McGraw' of the Olants has little to say regarding, the, situation his team Is In. He has. told his friends thai he is s'JIl hopeful that his pitch- era and batters form anil even. up their true the .-aeries. lie banks largely on Schnpp and Bailee coming through successfully before i home crowd, It Is said. Tho probable batting order for Lo day is aa follows: I. Collins, M.; McMullon', Collini, !b.; Jackson, rf.; Pelseh, at.; Candll, It.; is.; Sell-ilk, c.; Clcolte, p. New Burns, If.; Herzpg, Kauft, cf.; Zimmerman, 3b.; Fletcher, ts. Robertson, ri.; Holkc, lb.; Rarl OCD, c.; Sallee, IJ. Umpires: Al plate, Klem; on bases, and Erans! Joe Jafkaon; ol the White Sin, la ond star wlib accma'to be keeping up 4ils end In the world's serial. Though ho lilil nol.gel-a hit In the first game he made a ahoeatrlnB catch that. How Innd says, saved (he day" lor the Sox. In (ho next game. he. Blnmmcd onL three'blncles and walked ohce. Hli running mate, Eddie Collins, got two alngles In.the-Sunday game. So far they hare- shown up much hotter than Kauff ant] Xlrriirte'nrjHn, Ihe Olanla wbo thc.sarna position In the- bai- ting lial 6( opponents. Tile slahdird efficiency lest rath- eringR are very successful In Leth- brldce. Last week httwee-B SO and 100 bori'were prtient and lined up for talks from Canon MfMlllcn ind Mr, Stecje on the The jun- iors then wont to tho awlmrntnE tank and Iha aenlora went to'the fjia. for work-out. Tomorrow night Uie regular vro- grim will, atari. The Jantom will go to -and the' sonlore to August's hull for a Following are Hie detailed results of the school fiporls held al the [air grounds on lliankaglvlllg clay. High school hoys, senior, 100 yards dagh: 1, It Waddlnglbn, time 12 see.; 2, G. Young; 3, S. Vnselcnack. High school boys. Intermediate, 100 yards dash: 1, P. Mclllng, lime 13 EM.; 2, D. Collier; 3, W. Hyssop. High school boys. Junior, 100 yards dash: 1, O. Morrison, time 15 sec.; 2, M. JIbscoTlch; 3. A. Dlckson. High school girls, senior, 75 yards dash: I, K. Mncleod. time 10 sec.; 2, O. Cress; 3, II. Keilli. High school girls, Intermediate, 75 yards clash: 1, V. Dennett, time 10 3-5 Etc.; 2, n. Ingram; 3. f. GcoghcEan. High school girls, junior, 75 yards dash: 1, J. Mcllveaa, lime 10 3-5 sec.; 2, K. Hamilton; 3, E. Ahrcns. Fubllc school boys, senior, 100 yards dash: ,1, II. Audel. lime 12 2-5 sec.; 2, Davis; 3, J. Splron. Puullc school hoys, intermediate, 100 yards dnsh: 1, J. 2, P. Hay; 3, 13. JlcCambly. Public school boys, junior, 75 yards dash: 1, D. Seltzer, time 12 sec.; 2, R Coullry; C, J. Johnson. Piilillc school girls, senior. 7' yards flash: 1, M. Hlginbotia'm, time 10 3-5 U Wisharl; 3, II. Hyssop. I'ubllc'school Intermedia to, 75 yards dcsh: 1, S. Scott, Hmo iO 4-5 ic.; Cull; 3, E. McGowan. Public school girls, Junior, 60 yards dash: 1, H. Hamilton, time 7 3-5 sec.; 2, L, JIcGuIro; 3, M.' Logan. High school boys, 220 yards dash: 1, S. Vnselenack, time 2S EEC.; 2, 0. Young; 3, V. Gillis. High school boys, intermediate, 220 yards dash: 1, C. Hutlon; 2, P. Moll- Ing; 3. IJ. Collier. High school boys, junior, 220 yards dash: 1, G. Morrison, lime 40 sec; 2, A. Dlckson. Public school IniernKdiato, 220 yards dash: 1, L. Hay, lime 33 eec.; 2, B. McCambly; 3, J. Wadajngton. Public school hoys, senior, 220 yards dash: I, II. Audel; 2, n. Davla; 3, J. Spiron. Public fchool boys. Junior, 220 yards dzsh: 1, D, Seltzer; 2, J. Johnson; 3, Coullry. I'nblfc Echool hoys. Junior 3-Iegged race: 1, Ahrens and D. Seltzer, lime S 3-5 2, L. Downing nnd linen- bach; 3, J. Riches and J. Swedish. High school girls, yards slipping race: I, N. Mnclooil, lime S sec.; 2, O. Cress; 3, L. Parry.'. High school girls. Intermediate, BO yards skipping raco: 1, P. Gcoghegan; Igh Jump: 1. i.M. Mojcovlch; 5. G. Morrison; 3, A. Jltcaion. Public.'school -hoyB, Intermediate, unnlng high Jump: 1, Ij. Hill, 4 ft. I; 2, L. Hay; 3. Public Ecbool'boya, senior, running ilgh Jump: 1, II- Audcl, 4 ft, C; 2, S. niEsctt; 3, B. Darls. Public school girls, senior, faJgh Jump: C. Mathers. 3 It- B; 2, K. Graves; 3, T. Nobles. Public school girls. Intermediate, lolnto race: 1, J. Ileaton; 2, M. Port- !r; 3, A. Hsdley.-'' Publl'c school senior, potato Nobles; 2, L. Wishart; 3. P. Taylor. Public schopl-girls, junior, potato race: 1, E.'dlayion; 2, D. 3, R. High school girls senior..... throw 1, U Parry, 156V4 2, M Hyssop; 3, NVilablMll. High school girls, intermediate, baseball throw: 1, F. Geoghcgan; 2 K. Raiding; 3. V. IJEnnell.. High school girls. Junior, baseball throw: 1, J. Jlcllvcna, 136 It.; 2, E Ahrens; 3, E. -Hamilton. Public school girls (open) hasoball lliroir: 1, C- Mothers, 147 II.; 2, J Johnson; ,3, High school .boys half mile race: 1, 2, G PublJc school boye (open) bicycle race: S. Blssell; 2, A. Cameron; 3 High school boys (open) relay race- St. INSURANCE CONSPIRACY New Orleani, .Oct. J, Opera- tives of natlcnal deteellft last arrested fa '-fan whom they admltlni to be" Frederic Rot, Searing, of Philadelphia, 'BCpposert'.- io. hare been -drowned at' Atlantic; City dur- ing Angriat; 1915. alleged to nave been In a conspiracy to collect lite Insurance. The U.S. Brtwen' In session at Atlantic .City decided lo ralec ytho wages of., employes In all branches. A Man Saw a Mitchell ajirt he had io have it, so he Irft us his Chevro- let lo'seli. It is castilj' worth but the man wifh (he Mitchelfsa.vs'yoii can own jirlce oil it.'And still 'they'rave about the High Cost of Living. Bijou Motor Parlors '..'Y THE HOUSE'OF SERylCt FIFTH STREET SOUTH Mra. Orlock. Sir. Orrfe al preaenl liere; lisa LlipJo iljillni llr. As the Old Boy Sagst "The longer you smoke Promoter Blunt, the you come to diuatufaction the end is The 3-for-a-quarterl S. DAVIS SONS, MONTREAL. Scolt Wins Single Champion- Clip to Adams- Spaulding Rinks Old Country Football Scores Z, V. Dennett; 3, R. Inman. High school girls, Junior, 50 yards skipping race: 1, Hamilton, time 0 3-5; Z, E. Ahrens; 3, J. Mcllvcna. Public school girls, junior, 50 yards skipping race: 1, H. Hamilton, S 1-5 eec.; 2, E. Ciaylon; 3, L. Lalhrop. Public school glrla, senior, 60 ynrda skipping race: 1, M. Illglnbotham; 2, G. Rosalne; 3, D, Parry Public school intermediate, 50 yards skipping Porter; 2, L. Frache; 3, I. Jonea. High school boys senior- running high jump: 1, a. Toting, B If. 2, V. Glllls; 3, B- Wnddlnglon. High school hoys, Intermediate, running high jnmp: i; c. llutlon, 4 IL 7; 2, W.. Hyssop; 3, C. Sang. High'school running 5. Vaselenak; 2, n. Van.Haarlem, n. T t, High' school relay race: Isl team, X. Maclcqd, E. Anrens, R. Ulman; 2nd leaiu, Ij. Parry, J. Geoghe- gan; 3, Hazel Keith- Public school boys (open) relay raco- 1, II. Audel, B. Waddell, H. Hag. ell nnd B. McMcekin, T. Christie, C. Clark and D- Divis; 3, T. Arnold, A. Watson, D. Coultry. Public'school girls (open) relay I, P. Hatch, C. .Mathers. M. Scotland D. Parry; 2, M. Iliglnbothara, II. Hyssop and G, Ros- aine1; 3, M. Watklna, K. B. Smlti and B, Scolt, .1 Boys, seven years and 50 yards dash: 1, C. Fairbanks; 2, IVstson; 3, II. Allan. Girla, 7 years and under, 50 yards dash: 1, D. Terrill; 2, B.'lloss; 3, B. WliEonj Boys, S nnfl 9 years old, ,50 yards dash: I, B. Ilinss; '2, C. Bryans; 3, G. Powell. Girls, S and 9ryearsiOld, 50 ynrda dash: 1, n. 2, JIc Cowan; 3, M. Hamilton. Boys, 10 years old anil below C5 Ibs., 50 yards dash: 1. B. nosborne; 1, J.'Walson; 3, T.' Rrfdlcy., ;Boys, "10 years old and below 65 Ibs., 3-legged race: 1, J. Flzard and T. Iladiey; 2, K. Johnson 'and C. McLean; 3, A. Donaldson and S. Plakl. Senior boys champion of public school, H. Audel, of Ihc Central school. Sjnlor girls champron of high school, N. Maclcod. Intermediate girls champion of high school, P. Junior" glrh chimploa ot high Thanksgiving Trill be long remem- bered by the laim bowlers of-.this mcnt has ever been played on Thanhs- giving "day in Western Canada. The weather miui turned on his fines! brand ol sunshine, which ..made It pleasant (or while the srecn -was In fairly good shape for so late in the season. The king pin event of the day was the final rounds Adams cup compelitloii'Whlch Iho single championship of Southern Eight men succeed- ed In getting Into the "fours" and of Ihese eifilit, four were obliged to de- fault their games, leaving only Mos- Bey, Sp'auldlng, Hamly and Scolt In the running. The first by far keenest games of the whole conipclllion was. played between Mos- sey and the laltor winning out by [ire ehote. Haiuly went down to defeat at thc hands of but not with- out "throwing a scaro into "Bob's" chances. This left Scott and Epaulfllng to right it out In Iho finals, and as ex peeled there was a display of real clever bowling. At five times during the gamo the players were oven up nnrl until the last end the game was In doubt, Snauldlng losing' out by llireo s'upls with a score 15 to 12. The Bankers' Challenge Cup. which as been in pr i.t the .VcN-Jili Clnrko rinks ilie best part of the season, lost lo the challengers Spaal'dlng and Adams, who with the! two rinks played a game that gavi them the silverware for another sea son. The Buchanan Bowls, Iho Adam the Bankers' Challenge Cup will be'--------'-' W. A. London, Oct. are the results ot scheduled'English football ftmea, played Saturday on the rounds of the first named clab: Lanrfon Combination Jlilwall 4, queen's Paih Rangers 2. Tottenham Hotspurs 1, Fulham 0. ChClaea. 4, Westham United 3, Drentfortl 2, Arsenal 2. Clapton Z, Crystal Palace 3. Midland Section Barnsley 3, Birmingham 3. Bradford 4, Grlmbystown 1. Hull City 3, Huddersfield Town L' Leeds City 6, Rolhcrham 0. Leicester 1, Shelfieli "vTcdnetday 2 Nott's Forest 2, Bradford City 0. Sheffield United 6, Lincoln City 0. Lancashire Section 1. Bury Wanderers 1, Liverpool Manchester United Manchester IIJ- 0. Oldha-Mi 1, Preston S. Soulhport 2, Rochdale Stockport County 6, Blackpool 1. Stoke BurBlem 1, school, E, Hamilton.' Sprlni Coulee, Ocl, weather still continuing. Whjal shipping by way of the lakes came lo standstill on account of the atrlke at Port William and Port Arthur. Interior government elcrators are re- ceiving It however, which, relieves the pressure on the local eleValort. Nearly nil oC Iris Iiricr threshing machines have completed Ihelr work and are being housed lor the winter. UM alfhl'B chicken pie at tho church was a huge auccesa. Peo- ple from Maaratfi, Haley Cards- ton mlnsUnf with- our ,own people, made n plenant social evening tor nil prcccnYr The tables wert .bcau- tlfull? set and.itecorated with Mlsa Lucille Horspool Utn- brldgo In visiting Ihe McCarthy's.' i .JHss'Turry !i .Tlsltfng. her slsler Accchug. Mr. and .Mrs. Gpodeiough left Friday for their home In-Illinois. Frank' Kolley camo Iro'm Iho Gall Hospital last week nnd Is convales- cing niter n spell of typhoid. Our nlmrods wcro out again After ducks yesterday. Allcr one of these OK- curalons everybody eats ducka. So horo's BHCCCE3 to the Mialera! THE POTATO CROP. SCOTTISH FOOTBALL RESULTS Glasgow, Ocl. are the results of scheduled Scottish Leacne football games, played Saturday cm (he grounds of Uie first nemed etabi, together with the final of tho Glasgow cup: Glasgow Cup Final Ranger 4, Partick 1. Scottlth League Clyde Hank 3, Alrdrlo 3. Queen's Park 1, Hnmllton 1.- Falklrk 0, Third Lanark 0. Hibernians 0, Dumbarton 0, Kllmnmock 1, Hearls 0, Mothcrwell 1, JIarlon_S. v SL Mlrrtn 1, Ayr 1. AHejE Will be Planed Next Kg Scores Being Made Three iaew balls for a otarter, new gels of plnB and other Improvements are on declL at (he Dominion Bowling alleys In the Dominion block, and er- crythlng la set for the aeason. On Monday nvxt Ernie Stark ot Baro'us, eipert on putting alleys In shape, will start work planing the ev- errttlng ready, for the most particular bowler, v "I" alleys are now llio in full Bwlog and the' hoya about town hare loU of opportunftr of trying out their curves and croaEflns and have heen making the blckorlM cackle lu'ffobd >tylo. There la evidence thai there, will be a bul bowline league during tho winter. The will allowed to f.ij mlch for a week or two yet the la formed but In tie mcanttma Dmptc- tlve captalu am loottrf 'tfai Our with a rltrf to ficUif Mr, Evan Reiver, a pioneer ot Tlrden', lan., riled al Bantf. her. CANADIAN PATRIOTIC OOLF I Out., tih-ty jli hole golflne coropetlfJoB in which four ol forrmoit pjtt en flEnre In aid of, Ihe Great War Veterans' Association bulldlnc fud resulted In George Cumralnx, onto Club pTofeulonal and W. H. Bra, the London club prolesalaaal ahariitc the day'a by ttrM. op and two to 10, while W. Freeman, the Lamblon club profesefoul, and 3. Lron, eight limes -Cuuullan chan. plon, tuned equalled thoie In BCOTC'S which nearly ol the 'preaetited 'to Ihe winners by Buchanan, M.i'.i'at a special raeeUng of Ihe club, whiVh will be held vme evening next week. WAR-DUTIES MADE EASIER When Tatkt are Unlveraally Per forrned, Celebrated Can- adlan Builnesi Man. Oltawa, Ocl, Is easier perform v a p.ilrfotlc duly when Hard Battery Station We shall be glad to explain Oltawa, Oct. In con- nection with Iho distribution and sldragc ot year's potato crop In central anrl eastern Canada were considered today at n meeting of tho fruit ind. vegetable committee 61 Ihe food controller's office. It--Js Intend- ed lo take such meu'nrei is may he found ntctsetry lo enaire (hit no part of the, large crop, will be' Jolt through unequil distribution or the lack of pr.oper storage.far.llltfej. ii'eol. P. B. Qnay, formerlr a with the legal flrm of OaHepy, Madore und unn'loti, to fitriepy, has'bM'ii dwarrled the mili- tary tof bravery In Ihe Held. (Inly la universally recognized ami performed. This Is tho opinion of many keen observers who have recently come Into contact with war.-' (Imo llfo In Great Britain and France. A celebrated -Canadian buslrpas msn wliose services have been ot seTcral llmei In recent years by llio BrIII.yi aovernmenl said, recently: "I was groaily 1m-, pressed bblh In Kranco and Great I Britain with Iho cheerful, cndnrance of condlllons'tuch as wo Canadians will hot have (o live under lo tho end of Ihe war. It seemed lo me lhal (he '.public' mind had become made up i'and ttet wfth tno con- cSBtraled will bower of.millions of people, so lhal war duties did nol produce the reactions ono might hive from people." To explain the popular war ftor- vlce which, In Great flrltnln and France, hH astoiil.ihcd the world this Iho famlllir dolnt 'Cr3 THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN OUR STORAGE BATTERIES AND THE orHER'klNO. v THERE ARE MANY POINTS Of' SUPERIORITY IN OUR BATTERIES THAT THE AVER. AGE LAYMAN DOES MOT UN- DERSTAND BUT WHICH ARE TO HIS INTEREST; TO KNOW, IF YOUR BATTERY IS OIVINO' YOU TROUBLE OH 'YOU NEED A BATTERY FOR :STARTINO OH LIGHTING PURPOSES, COME. ANO SCI US, BAALIM MOTOR COf 'HOME OF THE CHEVHOLET. OF UNION'.MNK I j I ;